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FEASIBILITY STUDY ON DEVELOPMENT OF PEDESTRIAN FACILITY: A CASE STUDY SAVALA DARWAJA VISNAGAR
Hitesh A. Patel*, Amandeepsingh Bhalla, Hardik U. Patel

Published in: International Journal of Scientific Review and Research in Engineering and Technology
Volume- 1, Issue-6, pp.23-30, Oct 2016
DPI :-> 16.10069.IJSRRET.2016.V1I6.2330.1347



Abstract
Pedestrians form the largest single road user group and also are the most vulnerable road users. Pedestrians’ movements are not restricted to lanes or specific routes however they are restricted by the physical boundaries around them such as the presence of walkways or pedestrian ways. Pedestrian facilities include sidewalks, paths, crosswalks, zebra crossing, curb cuts and median pedestrian signal, guard rail and transit stops. These facilities should be pedestrian friendly to promote walking and safety of the pedestrians. Visnagar acts as developing model in providing infrastructure to the various sections of society. The pedestrian facilities are poor in some of the areas of visnagar such as savaladarwaja, G D circle, M N road etc. It is found that pedestrian traffic in this intersection has been neglected in planning of pedestrian facilities. In the present work study feasibility study on development of pedestrian facility is taken up, to improve the pedestrian facility at these T- Intersections.

Key-Words / Index Term
Pedestrian, Traffic Study Framework, Level of Service, safety and economic, Development of pedestrian facility

How to cite this article
Hitesh A. Patel*, Amandeepsingh Bhalla, Hardik U. Patel , “FEASIBILITY STUDY ON DEVELOPMENT OF PEDESTRIAN FACILITY: A CASE STUDY SAVALA DARWAJA VISNAGAR”, International Journal of Scientific Review and Research in Engineering and Technology, 1, Issue-6, pp.23-30, Oct 2016. DPI:16.10069.IJSRRET.V1.I6.1347